Home provides an overview over all your accessories. You quickly see the temperature in your rooms or if doors are closed.IP Cameras
Access your HomeKit-enabled IP cameras in the Home app on iOS and watchOS.
Requires iOS 10 or higher
Learn About IP Cameras
Turn on the lights when you arrive at home after sunset, or turn off the lights when you go to sleep.
Learn About Triggers
Invite family members to your home and give them limited access to your accessories. It works seamlessly over iCloud.
Learn About Home Sharing
Home is built on the foundation of HomeKit and iOS 10.
This solo-developer-fueled app has emerged as one of the best independent ways to control your HomeKit house—to the extent that it's the first app I recommend to anyone who wants to get more than one HomeKit accessory.
Matthias Hochgatterer’s Home app is arguably the best on the market (and well worth its $15 price if you’re serious about HomeKit).
The app makes it easy to control multiple devices at once.
For example, turn on all lights in your office with a flip of a single switch.
Execute actions when you enter or leave a location.
For example, raise the room temperature when you leave the office after sunset.
The Home app runs on your Apple Watch and provides quick access to your accessories. You can browse your favorite services, groups and scenes.
Siri on Apple Watch can control the devices too. Raise your wrist and say: Hey Siri, turn on the living room lights.
The Today widgets provide quick access to your favorite services, groups and scenes.
Home integrates 3D Touch with Quick Actions to set a scene right from your Home screen. Peek and Pop lets you peek into a home and service.
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